Category Archives: Marriage Counseling

A Low View of Marriage

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see For the Father up above Is looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see Many … Continue reading

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The Institution of Marriage

by Jason M. Karampatsos, Ph.D. Recently, a good friend shared an article that was published in the New York edition of the New York Times that was later reposted online and appears on the New York Time’s website. The article … Continue reading

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It all starts with perspective

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Our perspectives are the objective, rational observations of objects or events. Our perspectives are the literal point of view from where we are standing. Our perceptions are the subjective interpretation of those observations. Our perspectives … Continue reading

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Regaining Strength Following Divorce

Going through divorce is a painful and life-changing process. You are forced to cope with major changes and figure out how to begin again. Whether it was initiated by you, your spouse, or was a mutual decision, it can still … Continue reading

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Different Ways to Handle Infidelity—and How They Could Change Your Relationship Forever

Betrayal hurts—especially when it happens within a romantic relationship or marriage. While there are many problems that can lead to poor communication and weakened connections between two people, infidelity is often an issue that stings the most. It can be … Continue reading

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